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JCR. 2020; 7(11): 797-799


THE IMPORTANCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON PATIENTS DURING THE PLANNED OFFICE-BASED MINOR GYNECOLOGIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES

Viktor & 1054;. Naumenko, Yuliya V. Volkova, & 1054;lha V. Kudinova, Dmytro V. Dmytriiev,Svitlana Y. Ilinich.

Abstract
The article deals with the matter of psychological influences on patients as a strategy that helps to reduce the possible complication, to increase the effectiveness of surgical treatment and to make the recovering period shorter. Basing on the psychological condition and behavioural manifestations of patients before surgery, we settled the experiment in order to assess the possibility of the level of preoperative stress-reducing through psychological support provided during the preparation of patients for surgery.
The focus of the study was on the anesthesiologic support for induced abortion. Forty women patients aged 19 to 32 years took part in the research. We used the Z. Servil orthostatic test and Aschner-Dagnini oculocardiac reflex for the evaluation of the adaptive capacity of vegetative homeostasis and activity of subcortical nerve centres (SNCs).
The research proved that technology of psychological manipulation usage during the preparation of patients for surgery has a significant effect on the indices of vegetative homeostasis, reducing the anxiety level and the indicators of stress markers. The use of the technology of psychological manipulation, due to the stimulant effect, allows to reduce the doses of primary anaesthetic, and therefore, to increase the level of safety of anaesthesia process.

Key words: Surgical Procedures, Psychological Influence, General Anaesthesia.



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